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Reporters on the brink in Côte d'Ivoire stand-off

Reporters on the brink in Côte d'Ivoire stand-off
 
Reuters

The stand-off between rival presidents Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara in Côte d'Ivoire has become an increasingly difficult story for journalists to cover. Several have received threats and are often accused of supporting one camp over the other. This week we talk to a correspondent from West Africa Democracy Radio, who left because he felt it was too dangerous, and the director of Onuci FM, the UN-sponsored radio station that continues to broadcast.

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